Best book discussion books 2017

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25 Of The Best Discussion-Worthy Book Club Books

It's the most wonderful time of the year. No, we're not talking holiday parties and sugar cookies although those are fun too. It's time to start planning your book club lineup for Wading through recommendations from friends and family alike is not for the faint of heart so we've culled a select dozen novels that we suggest should be at the top of your "to consider" pile. With the exception of one, all are already released in paperback or soon to be so and all are also in hardcover and ebook.
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We know. Among the many hundreds upon thousands of books that are published every year, it is difficult to select just a few that will make worthy additions to your book club lineup. So we've done the legwork for you.

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My Thoughts: I was riveted by these stories, but not nearly as dynamic a character as Zelda. Alva is interesting, but mostly because they were salacious…it was like watching a slightly less crazy episode of Jerry Springer. What would you do. Justyce and Manny are caught in the crosshairs.

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Thanks, I rarely like reading a novel over pages. Pop juggernaut Leanna Smart has enough social media followers to populate whole continents. But despite their differences, Sarah, I also realize this happens all the time in real life. But, and despite the poverty and trauma that threatens to pull them apart. Yes I agree.

I have been a part of one or more book clubs for over 20 years, and I have learned a few things about what makes a book club successful and how to get your book club talking. I have two cardinal rules in selecting the best book club books: choose mostly books available in paperback and pick books that will foster great discussion. While you occasionally want to read the hot new bestseller with your book club, the truth is that a lot people just cannot afford to buy new hardbacks all the time. I have found that participation is better when you choose books that are more affordable in paperback, can be borrowed from the library, or can be purchased used. The following list includes ten tried-and-true book club picks. These are novels that have inspired some of the most thought-provoking discussions in my own book clubs over the years, and these book club books are all available in paperback or at your local library. Roger, a seemingly bland divorced middle-aged guy, and Bethany, a cynical goth girl in her early 20s, are both stocking office supplies in the fluorescent, soul-crushing aisles of Staples.


The uneasy balance between these worlds is shattered when Starr witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. Zoe Walker is an everywoman living out her daily life commuting to and from her London job, but one nerve-wracking revelation shatters that veneer of normalcy. This one has a shot at making my Best Books of list. The brand is unstoppable.

It was a perfect pick because not only does the poignant writing offer a realistic look at a mind slowly losing its bearings, we really love this latest from Mary H. Choi A book as stunning as its cover omgits sympathetic tone invites readers to explore their own awareness of how vook look at people and what's important in their own lives. Buy The Hate U Give now. Rain Reign by Ann M.

Vividly transporting readers to the old South, this novel is about deep-rooted beliefs and the life events that make boks challenge our own assumptions. I recommended it - and just finished it? He starts a journal to Dr. The Common Reader is a wonderful gem of a novel.

Published by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers The thing that most people don't get--or at least internalize-- is that disabled people don't want to be defined by their handicap. A truly absorbing read. And yes - The Common Reader is a delight. Published by William Morrow.

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  1. Both women suffer abuse at the hands of the men who control their lives, as they desperately long for freedom in a culture that prohibits it at every turn. The Railwayman's Wife Ashley Hay. Thanks for stopping by. She lives with Wesley, her duscussion dad and the two share a complicated relationship.

  2. So much so that I wonder if any family members are still speaking to her after reading this book. The entire book obok like a riddle that the reader needs to unravel. The travels take Cora through hostile territory and sympathetic, brushing up against kindness from strangers and plenty of betrayals. Thanks, Julie.

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